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Hows [#permalink] New post 12 Nov 2004, 17:01
Can somebody please advice on

I have practiced OG, PR and have about 3 weeks for my GMAT.

Do you recommend downloading the 5 GMAT exams offered by ?

How accurate are the questions (FOR BOTH SECTIONS) in comparison to the REAL GMAT ?

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 [#permalink] New post 16 Nov 2004, 17:11
sorry for the late reply.

I have not heard too many opinions about 800score, so not sure. Have you looked at Manhattan GMAT problem archives. the 100 (maybe more) problems in there are awesome preparation for the Quant section. I used the archives very late in my prep and couldnt take full advantage, but it certainly helped to 'cement' some concepts that were shaky earlier. You have unlimited access to the archives , so you will have access as long as MGMAT is in business. :)

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 [#permalink] New post 17 Nov 2004, 12:44

I've used 800-score test as a prep tool and they are ok, not great, but ok especially if you need extra practice. One advantage of these tests, especially when you are just starting to prepare, is that you can stop the clock until you actually think through the question and get it right, as time running out was one of the most frustrating things with PP or Kaplan when I would run out of time and start to freak out.

After doing one or two with 'stopping a clock' I was more comfortable to move on and do the tests without the 'think-breaks'. I found that getting timing right was one of the most difficult things and had to work on it a lot.

As to the level of questions - you can have a look at their free test, the level is more or less the same for all of them. It's hard to compare them to the 'real' GMAT questions that you will encounter, as these will depend on your percentile.

What stage of preparation are you in?


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